Been a while since you heard that?!
Well, me too. But the company I just started working for uses that as their main OS for their call centers.
I've used it once in my life; which is to say that I have played with it for 5 minutes when they sent our team to Tampa last week.
I'm kind of curious what some of the opinions out there are about this OS. Anyone use/like/hate it or have anything to say about it?
I have a copy of Warp around here somewhere... I wasnt a bad OS just didnt have the support from 3rd party software makers. That is why they "died" IMHO. I would venture to say that if Micro$oft hadnt had the 3rd party software support that they got then a different OS maker would have been king.
It's outwardly similar to Win NT 3.5
Not a bank call center. It's a credit call center for people who are delinquent on their car payments. From what I can gather, the company sank an Ton of money into this software that they had written especially for them to run on OS/2 back in the day. Well, now that that day is over, they're up a creek so to speak because to move to the NT platform they want to move to will take another Truckload of $$$ and my team will be doing the rollout (whenever they decide to do it). The sooner the better.
I was just wondering if anyone out there had anything to say about it that might be helpful for a guy who has no knowledge of the OS and will be having to support a network running it.
Edited to use better terminology- Mntsnow
[This message has been edited by Mntsnow (edited 07-02-2000).]
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